Brock Turner Case: An Open Invitation to Rapists and Perverts

Alcohol, women, parenting, dumpster, fraternity house, which one to blame? https://csulauniversitytimes.com/7459/opinion/brock-turner-case-an-open-invitation-to-rapists-and-perverts/ The well-known sex offender Brock Turner was released from California jail on Friday, September 2, after serving a short three months in county jail for sexually assaulting an unconscious woman behind a dumpster at Stanford University. A group of armed protesters surrounded his family home in Ohio to make him feel “uncomfortable in his … Continue reading Brock Turner Case: An Open Invitation to Rapists and Perverts

Journalism the Chinese Way

What does they mean by “There’s no news in China”? https://csulauniversitytimes.com/7265/news/journalism-the-chinese-way/ Although I grew up in Beijing and moved to Los Angeles when I was 16, I finally realized that I did not know much about the society I came from. Through interning as a reporter, I had the chance to explore a seemingly censored world. During the past two months, I worked at Beijing … Continue reading Journalism the Chinese Way

Pokémon Go and China: Who Banned Whom?

https://beijingtoday.com.cn/2016/07/pokemon-go-china-banned/ The augmented reality (AR) game Pokémon GO has been the cause of many ridiculous incidents since its launch in Australia. Players have been spotted following Pokémon into dangerous locations and turning in-game battles into physical brawls. On July 12, a Chinese international student live streamed his trip to challenge a gym located at the Sydney Opera House. In Pokémon GO, players challenge gym battles to claim … Continue reading Pokémon Go and China: Who Banned Whom?

How Much Did Chinese Students Learn from American Universities?

https://beijingtoday.com.cn/2016/07/much-chinese-students-learn-american-universities/ Foreign university graduates in China are no longer scarce, they are like thousands of little sea turtles- a popular term in China referring to abroad returners, climbing back to the motherland’s shore. According to China Studying Abroad Returners Job Search Blue Book 2015, the total number of studying abroad returners reached 409,100, increased 12.10%. Among which, the U.S. is the most popular destination. Many … Continue reading How Much Did Chinese Students Learn from American Universities?

A Sincere Attempt to Understand Donald Trump: From young Donald to the Trump persona today

Donald Trump is now the leading contender on the Republican nomination for president, and the same question in my mind is getting more and more eager for an answer, as many of my classmates have asked before: Why is Donald Trump the way he is? It’s crucial to look at someone’s family influences and youth when judging this person’s character, for those are evident imprints … Continue reading A Sincere Attempt to Understand Donald Trump: From young Donald to the Trump persona today

Hogwarts Comes to SoCal

After nine years since the last film of Harry Potter series premiered, the Wizarding World of Harry Potter at Universal Studios Hollywood is finally ready to welcome its fandom on April 7th, only 25 days from now. The Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry has nurtured our imagination since we were children- enchanting spells, monstrous books, magical creatures, Marauder’s map, and so much more. I … Continue reading Hogwarts Comes to SoCal